We interview late night’s newest host about his favorite sketches, working with Conan O’Brien and doing the voice of the E-trade baby.
Barry Allen comes to town as the Arrow goes up against a super powered adversary.
Cordelia finally discovers what it takes to make Fiona proud of her as the attack on the Coven begins.
Supernatural thriller “Resurrection” with Omar Epps leads City’s mid-season lineup.
After The Flash makes his appearance, these are the DC heroes and villains who should drop by “Arrow” in the future.
Bernthal tells us about his new series “Mob City” and his departure from “The Walking Dead,” both from creator Frank Darabont.
The “Fringe” veteran will play a devilish role in the remaining episodes of this season’s “American Horror Story.”
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Legion director Scott Stewart will revisit the war between angels and humanity in the newest Syfy TV series.
ABC’s mainstream comedy hit seems to have lost its edge since my pick for its Best Episode Ever.
Two angel factions battle each other, as Metatron returns to implement a new plan.
Our exclusive interview with “Mob City” creator Frank Darabont. And yes we went there about “The Walking Dead.”
Plus: Updates on his AMC series, Hell on Wheels.
Rudy embraces his inner-Heisenberg as John and Dorian send him undercover as a drug cook.
Brody’s team runs into trouble as they try to sneak him into Iran.
We talk to the creators of Adult Swim’s new animated comedy “Rick and Morty,” one of whom just happens to be “Community” creator, Dan Harmon.
Last season on “Arrow,” Dinah Lance (Alex Kingston) returned to Starling City and reunited with her estranged husband, Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and their daughter, Laurel (Katie Cassidy). At the time, Dinah had the crazy idea that her daughter, Sara had somehow survived the shipwreck that nearly killed Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell). That idea doesn’t […]
As the hospital staff prepares for a nuclear attack, personal crises take precedence.
Daniel Knauf is developing a ‘Wolfman’ TV series based upon the 2010 film.
New show is also the most-watched new fall series on record in Canada.